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株価, かぶか

  • kabuka


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • stock prices

Examples of 株価,かぶか in a Sentence

The price of the stock of that company will not come down.
Trading was slow today after yesterday's market decline.
The stock got creamed when they got wind of the dilution.
Stock prices soared in active trading as corporations announced good financial results.
This is the fifth consecutive day of decline of stock prices.
The stock price index was off 200 points yesterday.
The stock price index soared to an all-time high.
The price of the stock declined by half in a month.
Stock prices plunged to a record low.
The price of stock declined by half in a month.

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